Southern California drivers are required by law to carry a minimum amount of automobile insurance as a condition of driving. The law states that all motorists must carry at least $15,000 for bodily injury to one person, $30,000 for bodily injury to two or more people, and $5,000 for property damage.
In addition, many states require automobile owners carry uninsured motorist coverage as part of their liability insurance. Such coverage protects an automobile owner in the event he or she collides with an uninsured vehicle. However, negligent drivers do not always carry auto insurance or carry insurance with enough coverage to compensate for damages sustained in the case of an accident.
If you are injured in an accident with a driver that does not have insurance, contact a skilled San Bernardino Personal Injury attorney who will help you recover the compensation you need for your injuries and damages.